The Cities Impact Summit is a trusted third place to bring together public actors, innovators and high level decision makers. To structure the abundant subject of urban innovation, we invite you to this European summit dedicated to the priority issues of sustainable cities.
By going back and forth between the views of experts, committed public players and major private decision-makers, it is the ideal moment to integrate the keys to understanding and the levers necessary for change.
- Be inspired by the best initiatives
- Share the visions of the future of public actors
- Meet the experts in urban transformation
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HUB Institute communities
The Cities Impact Summit is the meeting place for stakeholders in the resilient, sustainable and intelligent city. This day is also the meeting point for 8 of its thematic communities who will discuss the challenges and solutions that will shape the way we live, move, plan and think about the city.
Transport is responsible for about a quarter of the world's CO2 emissions
The statistics of environmental agencies are formal, our current way of moving is far from being sustainable. Migration to cities is increasing and will force us to review our energy models. For Pierre Guyard, Director of Institutional Relations at ENGIE Solutions, the challenge of decarbonizing mobility is key.Read the article
Geotab's telematics box helps public fleets meet their obligations and facilitates car-sharing
Thanks to the GO9, a telematics box designed by Geotab to be installed on all types of vehicles, companies and local authorities benefit from better monitoring of their fleets. For François Denis, Managing Director France at Geotab, this information not only facilitates car-sharing but is also crucial for optimizing the electrification of vehicles in compliance with the French Mobility Orientation Law.Read the article
Connecting the city to make it smart
The connection can go through, of course, the electrical and heat networks, but also through the mobility networks. Connecting serves to aggregate data, but also allows us to live better in community; the smart city is also a human city. The HUB Institute explores the cases of communities and solution providers who have worked together to organize smart networks.Read the article
5 areas for improvement in the use of data in communities
Regional and departmental councils, metropolises, inter-municipalities, small and medium-sized municipalities, mixed syndicates or GIPs acting on behalf of these authorities... The HUB Institute reviews 5 points necessary for this multi-level collaboration.Read the article